[linux-elitists] doubleclick.net cookies for all!
Mon Jul 3 12:24:17 PDT 2000
On Mon, Jul 03, 2000 at 11:13:43AM -0700, Heather wrote:
> > On Sun, Jul 02, 2000 at 10:16:38PM -0700, Don Marti wrote:
> >> begin firstname.lastname@example.org quotation of
> >> Sun, Jul 02, 2000 at 03:38:09PM -0700:
> > > > KeyError: set-cookie
> > >
> > > Getting that error every time you run the second script (get1id.py)?
> > > The first script (getid.py) just silently retries -- sometimes it gets
> > > a cookie sometimes it doesn't. But if you _never_ get a cookie...we may
> > > have discovered something.
> > Looks like every time. I tried looping:
> > while :; do ./get1id.py; done
> Hm, look, oreo crumbles.
> > ...and it's pretty consistant over a couple of minutes.
> #lynx.cfg defenses:
> COOKIE_REJECT_DOMAINS: ...
??? Non seq?
> You know who to put there! It can also insist on strict conformance to
> cookie specs, for shopping sites you feel a need to annoy :)
> > > Anyway, I thought I'd inflict my latest attempt at learning the GIMP
> > > on you people: http://zgp.org/rbhl/
> It's kinda cute. But my lynx visit wonders: was there some reason you did
> it in two halves? Doesn't that fare the danger that some graphical weenies
> will have it lining up wrong? (can't be that half was a link, pseudo imagemap
> style, because it wasn't.)
The two halves lets him nest text under what would otherwise be part of
the image, under a graphical browser. I suppose a background image
(ugh) or CSS (double-ugh) might work as well.
Karsten M. Self <email@example.com> http://www.netcom.com/~kmself
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